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'Trippy' Optical Illusion in Sydney Has TikTok in a Spin

A well-known optical illusion in suburban Sydney has put people’s heads in a spin online after going viral on TikTok. Hazel Ann Medalla posted the footage on TikTok of her driving past the roadside model of a house that looks like it rotates, near Bankstown Airport. “That optical illusion house has been there for as long as I can remember. I’ve always found the illusion fascinating because no matter how many times I pass it, the house always appears to be three dimensional and spinning until it gets to a point where I see that it’s just flat cutouts in the shape of a house,” Medalla told Storyful. The piece, called Camofleur, was created by Sydney artist Regina Walters, said. Credit: Hazel Ann Medalla via Storyful
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